Residential Design

VOL.2 2018

A business-to-business magazine focused on the collaborative process and talented work of residential architects and custom homebuilders.

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Private Residence Omaha, Nebraska ARCHITECT: Jeff Dolezal, AIA, principal in charge; Ryan Henrickson, design; Chris Houston, project architect, TACKarchitects, Omaha BUILDER: Jesse Calabretto, Calabretto Building Group, Omaha INTERIOR DESIGNER: TACKarchitects LANDSCAPE DESIGN: TACKarchitects PROJECT SIZE: 3,985 square feet SITE SIZE: 0.5 acres CONSTRUCTION COST: $138 per square foot PHOTOGRAPHY: Tom Kessler KEY PRODUCTS EXTERIOR CLADDING: Cambia, Viroc ROOF: EPDM WINDOWS: Kawneer Aluminum Storefront Windows KITCHEN FAUCETS: Kohler KITCHEN CABINETRY: KitchenCraft COUNTERTOPS: Samsung Staron, Corian Quartz, Formica MASTER TUB: Maax Optik MASTER PLUMBING: Delta SECONDARY BATH FAUCETS/TOILETS: Kohler FLOORING: Armstrong, Florim, Cremo DOOR HARDWARE: Schlage HVAC: Carrier, Aprilaire tile used in the foyer and kitchen, which contains a glassy walk-in wine room. At the top of the stairs, a bright yellow sliding barn door opens or closes the entrance to the master suite. The clients, who bought the lot when the light-industrial neighborhood felt more desolate than it does today, also requested a fence for privacy. The solution was a simple cedar screen with some openness to it. Given the new residential construc- tion happening around them, no doubt the owners are happy they were the first to take the leap. "Now there are some historic restorations, multifamily build- ings, and warehouse conversions taking place," says Dolezal.—C.W. Above: The architects tested the roof monitor with a crane to locate it optimally for windows and views. The roof deck has sweeping skyline views of Omaha. 68 RESIDENTIALDESIGNMAGA ZINE.COM VOL. 2, 2018 DESIGN LAB CITY HOUSES

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